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GERMAN TD HETZER MID PROD.

Item No. 32511
_This limited edition model features Tamiya's excellent Hetzer Mid Production assembly kit with photo-etched parts and a metal gun barrel made by acclaimed aftermarket parts maker Aber®. _Four sheets of photo-etched parts include fenders, side skirts, engine grille meshes, accesories, latches, etc.

Description

_This limited edition model features Tamiya's excellent Hetzer Mid Production assembly kit with photo-etched parts and a metal gun barrel made by acclaimed aftermarket parts maker Aber®. _Four sheets of photo-etched parts include fenders, side skirts, engine grille meshes, accesories, latches, etc. to add extra detail. _Aluminum main gun barrel, brass barrel jacket for the MG34, and brass antennas heighten realism. _Compact form of the Hetzer, including "Saukopf" mantlet, is accurately reproduced. _One commander figure and four marking options are also included.

Hetzer Camouflage Pattern Colors
From August 1944, all German armored vehicles were painted at the factory with a base coat of Dark Yellow as well as Dark Green and Red Brown camouflage. Many Hetzers featured a Dark Yellow and Dark Green spot pattern which intended to simulate light passing through foliage.

GERMAN TD HETZER MID PROD.

Item No. 32511
_This limited edition model features Tamiya's excellent Hetzer Mid Production assembly kit with photo-etched parts and a metal gun barrel made by acclaimed aftermarket parts maker Aber®. _Four sheets of photo-etched parts include fenders, side skirts, engine grille meshes, accesories, latches, etc.

Description

_This limited edition model features Tamiya's excellent Hetzer Mid Production assembly kit with photo-etched parts and a metal gun barrel made by acclaimed aftermarket parts maker Aber®. _Four sheets of photo-etched parts include fenders, side skirts, engine grille meshes, accesories, latches, etc. to add extra detail. _Aluminum main gun barrel, brass barrel jacket for the MG34, and brass antennas heighten realism. _Compact form of the Hetzer, including "Saukopf" mantlet, is accurately reproduced. _One commander figure and four marking options are also included.

Hetzer Camouflage Pattern Colors
From August 1944, all German armored vehicles were painted at the factory with a base coat of Dark Yellow as well as Dark Green and Red Brown camouflage. Many Hetzers featured a Dark Yellow and Dark Green spot pattern which intended to simulate light passing through foliage.